Dora María Pérez Vidal, “La chaparrita de oro”, died at age 89

The singer was one of the greatest exponents of regional Mexican music, originally from Villahermosa, Tabasco.

On Sunday morning, June 4th, at the age of 89, it was reported the death of singer Dora María Pérez Vida, better known in the entertainment industry as“La Chaparrita De Oro” (The Golden Chaparrita).

She was born in Tamulté de las Barracas, and at a very young age, she started winning singing contests.

She was the first Mexican singer to perform in Las Vegas and the famous “Lido” in Paris.

Currently, Tabasco Park bears her name after being honored in her life during the six-year term of office of former governor Arturo Núñez.

Throughout his career, he performed songs such as: “El Pochitoque Jahuactero,” “Mis Blancas Mariposas,” and Amanecer de mi Tierra.”

During her lifetime, she had the opportunity to sing with singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel and appear on the program “Siempre en Domingo” with Raúl Velasco.